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Edited by Jos Gommans and Om Prakash
An exciting and thought-provoking volume, written by a small number of outstanding scholars on colonial and medieval Indian history, ethnohistory and the new military history of South Asia, a tribute thinkable to Professor Dirk Kolff.
The chapters in this book explore important aspects of maṇḍalas and yantras in the Smārta, Pāñcarātra, Śaiva and Śākta traditions through investigations by renowned specialists in the field. An essay on the vāstupuruṣamaṇḍala and its relationship to architecture is also included. With ...
Kurt A. Behrendt
Kurt Behrendt in this book for the first time and convincingly offers a description of the development of 2nd century B.C.E. to 8th century C.E. Buddhist sacred centers in ancient Gandhara, today northwest Pakistan.
Dominic Goodall & Harunaga Isaacson
For more than a millennium Kālidāsa’s long poem Raghuvamśa has been acknowledged as one of the masterpieces of Sanskrit literature. This volume presents a critical edition of the first six chapters of the oldest commentary known to survive, by the Kashmirian scholar Vallabhadeva.
The first descriptive guide to the important Wellcome collection of manuscripts containing texts on Sanskrit scientific manuscripts, covering well over a thousand manuscripts.
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